South Africa Student Engagement on Tourism

In coordination with the UP Office of International Linkages (OIL) Diliman, the UP Asian Institute of Tourism hosted delegates from the South African Embassy and South African Tourism organization last September 3, 2019. Attended by students, faculty, and staff, a forum on South African Tourism took place in the AIT audio visual room.

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Ms Neliswa Nkani, South Africa Tourism Hub-Head for Middle East, India and South
East Asia (MEISEA), discussing South Africa tourism to AIT students, faculty, and staff

Found on the southernmost tip of the African continent, South Africa is a parliamentary republic that is home to approximately 55 million multiethnic people. The Table Mountain, which is part of the UNESCO Cape Floral Region Protected Areas World Heritage Site, is one of the notable tourist attractions in the country (South African Tourism).

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From left to right: Ms Neliswa Nkani (South Africa Tourism MEISA Hub-Head), Mr Boiki Motloung (South African Embassy Charge d’Affaires), Dr. Edieser dela Santa (AIT Dean), Director Imee S. Martinez (OIL Diliman)
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AIT students, faculty, and staff together with the delegates from the South African Embassy and South African Tourism organization

 

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